Temple Grandin, PhD, scientist and autism activist, explains how different people learn in different ways and why we should embrace all kinds of thinking. Special thanks to Brooklyn Heights Montessori School, Brooklyn, NY, and Shelton School & Evaluation Center, Dallas, TX. http://youtu.be/BJUrsOiIjug
We believe that we should work to be happy, but could that be backwards? In this fast-moving and entertaining talk, psychologist Shawn Achor argues that actually happiness inspires productivity.
How Google’s Larry Page became a responsible entrepreneur Four early influences helped shape the Google CEO’s world view and turn him into a change agent, writes Carol Sanford Click here for article
Business leaders can take seemingly small steps to improve the psyche of their employees—changing the overall working environment. By Alexa Thompson 5 Quick Ways You Can Bring Positive Psychology To Your Workplace
Doing what we do best leads to high levels of engagement and productivity. Educators who capitalize on their strengths daily help students do what they do best by developing a strengths based approach to education. The principles of strengths-based education include measurement, individualization, networking, deliberate application, and intentional …
Positive Psychology and a strengths-based approach to higher education should not be confused with fads that have swept through higher education. Fads are often a theoretical and are only loosely associated with an educational or psychological research base. Strengths-based education is actually a return to basic educational principles that emphasized …
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